With just a little overtime, North American manufacturers could build 18 million light vehicles in 2014 if they choose to, according to WardsAuto’s latest analysis of available production. Assuming suppliers can keep up the pace, plants building LVs will have the ability to assemble 17.8 million units without overtime in 2014, highest for any year since WardsAuto started tracking the data in 2005, when automakers could build 17.5 million units on straight time. WardsAuto forecasts ...

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